The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Maritime Museum in Hamburg, Germany, on Friday, turning heads in a pretty purple number.
The 35-year-old wore a long-sleeved dress by one of her go-to designers, Emilia Wickstead, which she styled with suede nude stilettos and a reddish-pink clutch.
Her voluminous brunette tresses were given an extra boost for the outing, parted in the middle and styled with loose curls. She completed the look with a pair of stunning silver teardrop earrings.
But her best accessory of all was her husband, Prince William, who looked pleasantly dapper in a navy tux and burgundy tie.
According to a tweet from Kensington Palace, the two were visiting the museum to meet with scientists celebrating the U.K.-German year of science, which is focused on oceans.
"The museum houses a model of the Queen Mary II made entirely of Lego," another tweet read.
The royals may be wrapping up their royal tour
of Poland and Germany, but judging by all the photos we've seen, it appears the two jam-packed a ton of fun
into their trip.
Hear more on their adventures abroad in the video below!